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When the rain becomes the villain, the game with so many overs is necessary, only then the DLS rule applies; Do you know what happens if the game is canceled?

 When the rain becomes the villain, the game with so many overs is necessary, only then the DLS rule applies;  Do you know what happens if the game is canceled?

After the start of Asian Cup 2023, now on September 2nd, the important game of this tournament between India and Pakistan will be played at Pallekele Stadium. Under the captaincy of Babar Azam, Pakistan got off to a great start by beating Nepal by 238 runs in the first game and now they are looking to continue the same form against India.

This great match between India and Pakistan was also affected by rain disturbances. According to the Kandy matchday weather report, heavy rain is expected in the southern part of Sri Lanka in the next few days. Kandy is expected to receive 70 percent rainfall on September 2, according to the Meteorological Department. It will continue to rain over the stadium throughout the match.

In such a situation, there is every opportunity in this game to apply the Duckworth-Lewis rule (DLS). A game of at least 20-20 overs is required to get the match score in ODIs. For September 2 at 5:30 p.m., about 60 percent rain was expected in Kandy.

Should the game between India and Pakistan be canceled due to rain, both teams will receive 1-1 points. In such a situation, the Pakistani team qualifies for the Super 4 with 3 points. At the same time, it will be very important for the Indian team to win against Nepal in the last group game. The fans are eagerly awaiting this match between India and Pakistan. India and Pakistan faced each other in 132 ODIs, with India winning 55 games and Pakistan winning 73 games.

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